Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
A millennial tale, Queen and Slim meet on a dating app but are unaware of the awful turn their night will take. Harassed and threatened by a police officer for a minor traffic violation, they are forced to shoot him in self-defense and, aware of the systematic anti-black racism in America, their only choice is to run away. When a video of the accident goes viral, sparking large media interest and support from activists fighting against police brutality, Queen and Slim run from Ohio to an escape route for Cuba. Meeting eccentric characters along the way while hiding from the law, the two form a close bond. This beautifully shot drama explores racial and class issues in modern America as well as celebrating African-American culture.
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Racial tensions run high in Brooklyn on the hottest day of the year.
16+ years 125 mins
Exquisitely beautiful film set in 1960s Hong Kong about a man and woman who are married to other people but find themselves drawn to one another.
14+ years 98 mins
A young girl is drawn to activism after witnessing the police shooting of her childhood friend.
14+ years 133 mins
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Tom Hanks stars as American icon Mr Rogers in this heartfelt drama whilst Brad Pitt's sci-fi spectacle Ad Astra launches onto DVD
Reading time 3 mins
Anthony Andrews, co-founder of award-winning exhibition company We Are Parable, explains how their events attract and cater to diverse audiences.
Reading time 8 mins
Daniel Kaluuya & Jodie Turner-Smith discuss role models, first dates and making an impact in the industry.
Reading time 4 mins
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